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Guide to the Harry A. Dutton Papers
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These papers pertain to his student days at Stanford University and include letters to Ruth Scibird, 1953-54, with his recollections of the Camp (cooperative student housing), the theft of the night watchman's dog in the arboretum, and the first volunteer fire department on campus; his account of an incident at the Camp written on Oct. 23, 1897; typescript "The Story of the Axe," author unknown; and a watercolor sketch by Eric Knight Jordan, 1900, with a letter to Ruth Scibird explaining its creation.
Dutton earned his A.B. in botany at Stanford University in May 1900.
0.02 Linear feet (1 folder)
This collection is open for research.